Red Sox to open 2023 season at Fenway Park March 30 against Orioles

MLB debuts new schedule format featuring matchups against all 29 other clubs

August 24th, 2022

BOSTON, MA - The Red Sox today announced their 2023 regular season schedule in conjunction with Major League Baseball and the debut of a new, more balanced schedule format featuring matchups against all 29 other clubs for the first time since Interleague play was introduced in 1997. The Red Sox will open the season at Fenway Park for the fourth year in a row on Thursday, March 30, against the Baltimore Orioles in the first of a three-game series.

The Red Sox will face the New York Yankees four times in 2023, including at Yankee Stadium June 9-11 and August 18-20. The club will host the Yankees at Fenway Park twice, June 16-18 and again September 11-14.

Under MLB's new schedule, the Red Sox will play at least one series against every team in the National League and two fewer series against their division opponents.

The Red Sox will travel to Oracle Park for the first time since 2016 to face the San Francisco Giants July 28-30. They will also travel to seven other National League ballparks in 2023: American Family Field for three games against the Milwaukee Brewers (April 21-23); Citizens Bank Park for three games against the Philadelphia Phillies (May 5-7); Truist Park for two games against the Atlanta Braves (May 9-10); Petco Park for three games against the San Diego Padres (May 19-21); Chase Field for three games against the Arizona Diamondbacks (May 26-28); Wrigley Field for three games against the Chicago Cubs (July 14-16); and Nationals Park for three games against the Washington Nationals (August 15-17).

Eight National League teams will make trips to Fenway Park next season: the Pittsburgh Pirates (April 3-5); the St. Louis Cardinals (May 12-14); the Cincinnati Reds (May 30-June 1); the Colorado Rockies (June 12-14); the Miami Marlins (June 27-29); the New York Mets (July 21-23); the Atlanta Braves (July 25-26); and the Los Angeles Dodgers (August 25-27).

The Red Sox will play at home on Patriots Day as part of a four-game series against the Los Angeles Angels (April 14-17). The team will be home on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 14, to face the St. Louis Cardinals. They will also host the Yankees on Father's Day, Sunday, June 18, and will travel to Minnesota the following day to face the Twins on Juneteenth. The Red Sox will be home on Independence Day, Tuesday, July 4, against the Texas Rangers.

The Red Sox play more games at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and Tropicana Field than any other road venue (seven games each). The team will travel to Baltimore to face the Orioles April 24-26 and September 28-October 1. They will travel to St. Petersburg to square off against the Rays April 10-13 and September 4-6.

The final home series of the regular season will be against the Tampa Bay Rays (September 26-27), and the regular season will conclude with a four-game road trip to Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore (September 28-October 1).

2023 Season Ticket packages are on sale now. For information, visit or call (877) RED-SOX9.

Game times for the 2023 season, as well as the 2023 Spring Training schedule, will be finalized and announced at a later date.